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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, M)VEMf?ER iO, 1002.
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MEETING- OF THE W. C. T. U. AT,
MIIS. J. HARVEY'S.
County President Mndo nn Address
and the Delegate to the State Con
vention Presented ft Report Enter
tnlnmeilt to Be Given by Indies'
Aid Society of Presbyterian Church
This Evening It Will Bo Entitled
"The Old Molds' Convention."
News Notes nnd Personnls,
The H'KUliif itloetlliK ot the Woiiioii'b
Clirlstlun Temperance union of Clrren
IIIiIru, held at Mrs. ,f, Harvey's home
yoHtenlay, was unusually Interesting.
The services opened with devotional
exercises led by the president, Sirs. T.
it. Howell. After flinging, the presi
dent read the Scripture lesson, and Mm.
U. II. Uhuinberllu, secretary ot Luzerne
county Women's Christian Temperance
union, offered prayer. After tlic read
Ins of the minutes of the previous
meeting by the secretary, Mis. Howell
Invited the county president to speak
on the s.tate work, and most especially
upon the last state convention, recently
held at Allentown, which she did In a
very able manner.
The report of the delegate of the
union was also hoard. Site brought
many helpful words and added to tlio
enthusiasm of the meeting. The dele
gate, airs. Nolan, stated that there aro
(!(SD local unions In our state, with about
15,000 active members and 1,199 honor
ary memoers. tiic meeting adjourned
to meet at Mrs. Campbell's, on Mousey
avenue, November 19, which will be an
evangelistic service, with Mrs. J. S. Mil
ler, superintendent ot the department,
Old Maids' Convention.
The Ladles' Aid society of the CJiecn
Ridge Presbyterian chuich will liold an
entertainment In the church parlors
this evening, entitled "The Old Maids'
Convention." The scene represents a
parlor, with the hostess awaiting the
arrival of the delegates. The delegates
arrive in twos and threes, and the
meeting is called to order by the presi
dent. The secretary calls the roll and
each of the delegates res-pond -with a
few appropriate words, after which
there will be several addresses and le
ports of committees.
The following are the enrolled mem
bers: Hostess, Angelina Cloverblosom,
Bcranton, Pa.; Desire A. Mann. .lones
vllle, Squeedonk county; Susan B.
Scruggins, Salt Lake City, Utah; .Ter
usha B. Tryall, Talahasse, Fla.; Nancy
Fircup, Promise Land, Pa.; Polly For-get-Me-Not,
Spion Kop, APrica; Kat
rlna. Schmidt, Herlln, Germany; Luclnda
Looknice, Matanzas, Cuba; Serephina
Sentimental, Lovesorrow, New Mexico;
Prldget O'Reilly, Cork, Ireland; Truth
ful Tompkins, San Juan, Porto Uico;
Saliie Ann Higglns, Tuckahoe, N. J.;
Serephina Sad Heart, No Man's Land,
Ark.; Faithful AValtstill, Yaukeetown,
Me.; Mariah Hannah Livingstone,
Cooseberryville, N. II.; Sorry Slmpklns,
Lost Hope, Cal.; Ilezzy Jane Hopelui,
Ivlondike, Alaska; Dr. Mary Walker,
Washington, D. C; Prof. Makeover,
John, of 1 law Icy, arc guests at the
home of 11. P. Savage, on Green Itldgo,
Wllllum. Selgle. of Troy, N. Y 13
visiting ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Selgle, of Kim street.
Charles Klpp has pun has nl one of
the houses recently built by t L.
M.inley, on lilggs sired, and Is now
Dr. F. W. Winters and John Nli lio'.s
retumrd on Tuesdav nlghl, from a
ten day limit In Tike i-ounty. They
biought two line dc-jr a-i tiophles of
the chase and evidence of their rkl'l.
Mrs. John Coidy, of Hlakely sluet, !s
The Women's Christian Teniner.nu.o
society of Dunmoro will meet at the
home of Mrs. L. V.. Suaits, of Klectrlc
avenue, Thursday afternoon nt -' o'clock.
I'! very member of the society Ik iviuerl
ed to be present, .i IhisIiksV. of Impuit
ance will be traiisacltd.
K. L. Washer and Thuinas Caynor
left yesterday for a hunt in Piomlte
Don't Miss It.
lie Mire and read Mourn & llageu's
advertisement on another page of this
Don't Miss It.
Re sure and read Mears & Hagen's
advertisement on another page of this
The watering trough at Dickson ave
nue and Green Illdge street lias been
dry for several days, the water having
been turned 'off. This trough is the
regular watering place of a large num
ber of horses which pass these corners,
and the lack of water is a gieat incon
venience to their owners.
itoy Meabell, of Mousey avenue, vis
ited Carbondale yesterday.
Mrs. M. 11. Kays, of Sanderson ave
nue, returned yesterday from a two
weeks' stay at Philadelphia.
H. P. Tinkham, of Forest City, spent
yesterday with Green Ridge friends. ,
C. 13. Pond, of Dickson avenue, lias
returned from a few days' stay at Or
ange, N. J.
A number of the members of Green
Ridge lodge. Order of Odd Fellows, at
tended the session held in Carbondale
last evening by the slate officers.
The electric lights failed to shine
during the early part of last evening
and darkness pervaded the streets.
Mrs. Ell Brown and Mrs, Mary
Itrown, of West Pittstou, are visiting
Mrs. H. L. Butdiek, of Mousey avenue.
Miss Flora Dony, of Church street,
H visiting her sister, Mrs. J, AV. Kast
erlino, of Cliambersburg.
Mrs. William Ames and little son,
A MAIM CAN'T swim in shackles.
Iflrtll Vrtll I R isn't a question
of his winning a race, but a question of
being able only to keep afloat. The man
who is suffering from malnutrition is like
the fettered swimmer. His stomach and
its allied organs of
digestion and nutri
tion are diseased.
It is not a question
with hitn of winning
In the race for busi
ness but of simply
keeping up under
affects the stomach
it is affecting also
the blood and the
health of every or
gan of the body.
For blood is only
food converted into
nutrition and nutri
tion is the life of
the body and every
organ of it.
Discovery cures diseases of the stomach
and other organs of digestion and nutri
tion. It purifies the blood and enables
the perfect nutrition of the body which
means perfect health,
"For six long years I suffered with iudiees
tioii aud my liver and kidneys, which liafiiedlhe
best doctors in our country," writes H. I Kau
sell, .q.. or Woolsey, l'rince William Co., Va,
"I suffered with my stomach and back for a long
time, and after taUlue a ' cart-load of medicine
Jrom three doctors I crew so bad I could hardly
do a day'b work. Would have death-like pains
in the side, and Wind spell, J began taking
Br. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery aud
'Pleasant I'elletn.i nr-rnr. i i,,i .,.-.. (,,-r
the second bottle I began to feel relieved. I got
ix more bottles and used them, and am happy
to say I owe my life to Dr. Pierce."
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery.'' There is nothing "just
as good" for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs.
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
, ioo8 large pages, in paper covers, is sent
I fret on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
1 pay expense of mailing otlv. Address
Br. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N, V,
MRS. KATPJNA D1MLKU, aged G7
yeiiis, died yesterday at the home of
her granddaughter, Mrs. Kate Gels',
of -101 Irving avenue. She is survived
by two children, Fred Dlmler and Mrs
Sarah Houck. The funeral will be held
tomorrow afternoon at - o'clock from
her late residence.
HKX.1AMIX TON'KIX, an aged resi
dent of .Summit avenue, died yester
day afternoon, after a lingering illness.
The deceased was well known and a
highly lespeeted resident. The funeral
will be held from his late home, Fil
I Rkb I 5PLv aaaaV&H
The Style of a "Dorothy Dodd' "
LUXURY IN WALKING,
PAINTED THE GATES WHITE.
Manner in Which Non-Union Men
Are Designated at Lattimer.
A novel incident, which Is the result
ot" the recent strike, is reported from
Lattimer, says the llnzleton Plain
Speaker. There is a number of men in
that town who remained at woik dur
ing the strike. Sunday morning when
tlie town awoke it was discovered thai
the gates In front of the houses occu
pied by these non-union men had been
whitewashed, aud each stood out In
conspicuous purity from neighbors'
gates as the people wended their way
The woi k had been done by come un
known parlies during the night and
the affair caused a sensation. Xu one
ot the non-unionists had been ignored,
aud some were singled out for the ob
jectionable distinction wlio had not
been vegaided as coming under the
category of the iiou-unlonlsts.
Some of the householders wlio had
their fences whitewashed undertook to
olilllerat" the lime by painting- their
fences, but this eouise, according to
the viewpoint of the other residents of
the town, will only make matters worse
as to have u painted fence in a town
like Lattimer Is an affectation which
never earned anything but oppioblum
from the people In general.
TO EXAMINE JUDOE MITCHELL.
Commission Has Been Appointed by
Hj- llu'liuhe Wlic trom The Associated I'rm
ilanlsburg, Pa,, Xov, 1.'. Governor
Stone today appointed Dr. J. V: Shoe
maker, of Philadelphia: Dr. A, .1. Con
nell, or Serantou, and Dr. M. L. Hacon,
of Wellsboio, ihe family physician of
Superior Court Judge John 1. Mitchell,
of Wellsboio, to examine and report on
Ills eondltlftu, he btlng unable to per
torm his Judicial dutits.
This loiiiinlfsloir will make report to
tlio governor, aud if It finds that Judge
Mitchell Is Inc.isMcltuted from serving
oil the bench then the judge can be le
tired on half pay for the balance of bis
term, .liaises of the Supeilor couit aio
paid a salaiy of ST.SOrt per annum, and
011 Judge Mitchell's letlmnent lm would
get W.TmO per annum for the next seven
years, he having gone on the bench
Judge .Mitchell was uouiiiutled tor
Supeilor court judge in ISM to take tlin
place of the late Joslah 11, Adams, of
Philadelphia, who withdrew as the lie
publican candidate. Judge Mitchell was
elected aud took his seat on the bench
In Januaiy, lflOO, About a year after
waid he was piostrated by a stroke of
paralysis and has not served on tha
bench since then.
Governor Stone wilt appoint a suc
cessor to Justice Mitchell If ho shall re
tire, who will serve until January, 1001.
SMITH PLEADS GUILTY,
Will Be Sentenced on Saturday for
the Murder of Daniel Sweeney.
By Kiclushc Wire (roia 'I lie AHOciated Prw.
Wllkes-Parre, Xov, 12. John Smith,
a Lithuanian, wlio, with four other
foielgners, Is charged with the muider
of Daniel Sweeney, n night watchman
employed at (lie mines in Nuntlcoko
during the miners' strike, pleaded guil
ty In court today of mutder in the sec
ond degree. lie will be sentenced on
Sweeney Was accused of being a non
union man and while on ills way from
work was clubbed to death In the
You Take No Chances
When purchasing a Piano, It's a great
satisfaction to know you are getting
dollar for dollar on your investment.
You take no chance of being
disappointed after a year or so by
finding out that the instrument you
purchased was an inferior one, if
you buy from this factory.
Every Piano bearing our name and trade mark Is
covered by a ten year guarantee, and wo stand square
ly behind that guarantee.
EVER mind what old-fashioned peo
ple tell you Style and comfort
Cdfl live together in a pair of shoes.
The "Dorothy Dodd" proves it.
They are the utmost height of style.
They are slioes of genuine distinction. The high
est praise you can give a shoe is to say
"It has the Style of a 'Dorothy Dodd' "
Yet the "Dorothy Dodd" is the most comfort
able shoe ever made . . . You long to walk for the
pleasure of walking. It holds the foot firmly
around the instep and supports the unsupported
arch. You escape the "slouchy" gait which comes
with some shoes. It gives a new poise to your
body in walking. Your carriage is more light
Just try one
They cost $3.00.
Don't forget to ask us about the $4,000.00 in Prizes.
You have a chance at this money if you buy a pair.
The Brooks & Sanderson Shoe Co.,
Lackawanna and Wyoming Aves.
If you want a new Piano or
would like to exchange your old
one tojrethcr with a little money
for a new--write us.
Keller & Van Dyke,
1043-1051 Capouse Avenue.
WHITE FOR CATALOaUB.
Always delights and never
It never lowers its high standard
It never varies its perfect purity
and mellow flavor.
It is the charm of hospitality
aud the tonic of health,
It is always bost
by every test.
V fold i All fliKt-claM rare sn1 by johliprs. u
A WJ), I.ANAHAN .V BON, Baltlmoio, Jill. ,
D., 1. & W, BOARD.
Following is the make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today;
WKDNKSDAY, NOV. 11,
Uxtius L'ust U p. in., ItlnslleU; 7 r. m.,
Klngbley; b p. in., Ketchum: !) p, in ,
Smith; iu p. ni.. McCaim; 11 . in., Cava-
naugli; r.' midnight, Hour,
Hummlta-ij p, in., J. J. Murray (oust);
8 p. in., Tliunipson (oust); 11 p, ni., J, Jlun
Uxti.ia Wi'Ht U p. in., Reunion,
THUKSDA?, NOV. 13.
1-JstruH Kant 1 a. in., V. MeDonnellj 2 a.
in., J, Olnley; 3 a, in., Singer; 1 a. ni.,
nuecg; fi a, in., llagceity; 7 . in., Gor
don; !) a. in., lllee; 10 a, 'in., Coalurj 11 a.
in., i.auimcr; n noon, I'lwparicKi i p.
in., Uurldmrt; -. p. in., I.aikin; a p. in.,
Povlne; 1 p. ni. I.ougliney; 5 p. in., mailing-.
BunimitH-rSt u. in., Frounfelker (wes.0;
3 ii. in., Cirrlgg' (eafit); 10 a. in., Nieliola
(west); 1 p. in,, Golden (west); 'i p. ni.,
Gin ley (east).
Pusneis L'.uo u. m., U. Decker (weat); 7
n. ni., Wldner (west); 7 a. ni., Finnetty
(weat); S a. in., llouacr (cast); U.U a. in.,
Moran (eust); 1 p. in., A. J. McDonnell
NEW YORK HOTELS.
EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW. FIREPROOF
Convenient to Theatres and Shopping
Districts. Take 23rd st. cross town
cars and transfer at 4th ave. direct
Itooms with Catli 1 j'Sulli with lath
S'-'.oo I t ?:t.oo.
W. H. PARKE, Proprietor.
Cor. SUtccnth St. and Ir Ing Plac,
American Man, $3.00 Per Day and Upward.
European Plan, $1,00 Per Bay and Upwjrdi
Special Hates to Families.
T. THOMPSON, Prop.
For Iiiislness Men
In tlio henit of the wliolcbulo dls. 4-
For SlioiJiiei'.? t
3 minutes" walk to Wannmakers; f
" minutes to Slegel Coopcr'H Wk T
Stoic, linsy of access to tlio great T
Dry Goods Stores, f
For Sightseers t
One block from B'way Cars, glv- L
ins easv transportation to all I.
poiiita or interest. i.
I HOTEL ALBERT
J NEW YORK. I
i Cor 11th ST. & tJNIVintSlTY PL.
T Only ono Ulock from U road way,
J Rooms, $1 Up. p'.tc'iui, I
(west); 7.S0 p, m., Muipliy (east;); 9 p. m.,
W. II, Bartholomew (east),
Helpers l a, in.. Mugovern; 7 a. 111.,
Gaffney; 10 a. 111., Sccor; 3.15 p, m., Htan
ton. U.Ntias We.st Tlilid 01, Itoss; 5 a, in,,
Noouan; U a. 111., Jtatcliford; I p. 111.,
Hoar, McDonnell, Coslar and l.atlmei
call at yaul otilco for instiuetioiiM
See the Out Man.
Effective and attractive lialf-tonee
and lino cuts for card, advertising; or
any other purpose, can be secured at
The Tribune oillce. Wo do work that
is unexcelled, do It promptly and at
lowest rates. A trial order will con
l PILSNER I
Old 'Phone, 3331.
New 'Phone, 2935,
! S . S 5 i ! V. K ? n ! . i 5 5 . .
! PATENT FLOOR
Original and Exclusive.
45OU !s the price.
The Values Are Incomparable.
CONRAD SELLS THEM
At 305 Lackawanna Ave.
Green Trading Stamps.
;: Mi II & Grain CoS
Scvanton and Olyphant.
M M '4 ' "A 'A 'A 'A "A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A A 'A
When in Need
Of nnythlnfj tn the line of
optical goods we can supply it.
and Eye Glasses
Properly fitted by an expert
From $1.00 Up
Also all kinds of prescrip
tion work and lepairing.
t Mercereau & Connell,
132 Wyoming Avenue.
GOOD SHOES LOW PRICED.
You cannot find better
shoe bargains in tlie city
than the following. Hetc
ere reduced prices on
Men's, Women's and
Children's Shoes for this
week only. Stylo and
good service in every?
pair, uali ana see tnem
$1.25 Men's Working Slioes 90c
gl. 75 Men's Medium Weight Shoes 1.25
Ladies' Vici Shoes 1.25, 1.50, 1.75
Misses' Extra Value Shoes -00, 2S
Child's Extra Value Shoes 75c, 1.00
Boys' and Youths' School Shoes Sc
Wt 1 fkfsTi
330 Lackawanna Avenue.
Next Door to new First National Bank Building.
f Booms 1 and 3
I .ft . Commonwealth Dldg.
Vrf' SORANTON, PA.
MINING AND BLASTING
Made at Mootia snl Ituslijaie Works.
Laflin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
tlectrio Ditlcries. Klectrio Esploderj, Vx-
plojiog lllasls, bjfety fiue.
REPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
nn.l wivo SIXTV PIUl CUNT, ot qs,
Wo make u siioclalty of proper lu
lillciints, tor propel' imposes.
Oil and Specialty Co.j
I Race Street City.
The (Trlbuiio will guarantee to print
your (aper book quicker than any oth
cr pri'.tliif liouso in the city,